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An evaluation of mercury replacement seed treatments for the control of foliar and seed borne diseases in cereals



An evaluation of mercury replacement seed treatments for the control of foliar and seed borne diseases in cereals



Crop protection in Northern Britain 1993 Proceedings of a conference held at Dundee University, 23-25 March 1993: 25-30



In a series of trials, seed treatments based on DMI compounds such as flutriafol and triadimenol gave all round control of the major seedling and foliar diseases of cereals. The addition of imazalil was, however, required to give adequate control of leaf stripe in winter barley. The carboxamides gave good control of wheat bunt and leaf stripe when imazalil was included.

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